Graveside services for Tanner Delane Adams will be attended by family and devoted friends at 11:00 A.M., Friday, July 16, 2021, at Roselawn Memorial Gardens cemetery. Tanner will be laid to rest beside his brother, Chad Rice. Services are under the direction and care of Kilpatrick Funeral Homes of West Monroe.
Tanner is survived by his loving parents, Randy and Pam Adams (West Monroe); sister and brother-in-law, Erica and Dusty Redmond of (Eros); sister-in-law, Daphnee Rice of (Fort Myers), brother-in-law, Keith Guerrero (Columbia); nieces, Mallory Rice (Fort Myers), Jayla Guerrero (West Monroe), Madisyn and Enzley Redmond (Eros); his beloved grandparents and best friends, James and Gloria Hodge (West Monroe), Sue Adams (Sikes); aunts and uncles, Terry and Melinda Long (Eros), Tammy Jordan (West Monroe), Bill and Peggy Paul (Texas); cousins, Bridget and Ken Hofler (West Monroe), Brittney and Kevin Stewart (Eros), Matthew Jordan, Michael Jordan (West Monroe), Michelle Paul (Bossier), Grant, Gage and Fallon Hofler (West Monroe) and Ike and Alaina Stewart (Eros); and a host of extended family and friends
In the short time Tanner was on Earth, he was a blessing beyond measure. His smile was contagious and his heart overflowed with love for his family. Tanner was soft spoken and easy to love. He made his journey his own and he loved to make his journey in his bare feet. Though his feet were tough, his soul was kind, soft-hearted and loving. He demonstrated this selfless act by being an organ donor so he could help others who were in need. Tanner will be greatly missed, but we know he now lives on in others.
Tanner’s life touched so many during these last few days. Our family is overwhelmed and grateful for the outpouring of love and compassion. We would like to give special thanks to our family, our friends, our community, hospitals and their medical staffs. We must acknowledge our Blue Line family and Law enforcement agencies for their unconditional support which we have needed. Food and prayers sent from area churches and friends have been needed and appreciated.
We would be remiss in the reason that Tanner’s life meant so much if we did not acknowledge the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency (LOPA). Tanner’s act of kindness in donation of life saving organs to others, fulfilled his wishes to help them in need. We are thankful for LOPA. Their empathy and professionalism was immeasurable and must be acknowledged. Their acts of kindness made this difficult process tolerable. We are forever grateful.
Officiating the service will be Rev. Daniel Goodman and Rev. Larry Linson.
Online condolence messages may be made to the family at www.kilpatrickfuneralhomes.com.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes
West Monroe, LA